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Purchase Rate Assumptions and APR Information

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Today's purchase rates are based on the purchase of a single-family, primary residence and a 60-day interest rate lock-in period.

Interest Rate (may increase after closing) %
APR %
Term
Closing Costs
Loan Amount
Down Payment 0.0%
Upfront Mortgage Insurance Premium n/a
Initial Monthly Principal & Interest Payment
(Excludes taxes and hazard insurance; total payment will be higher)
Time Initial Rate and Payment is in effect
Adjustment after Initial Period Expires Annual
Maximum Lifetime Caps Over/Under Original Rate %
First Adjusted Interest Rate (Months 1 - 12) %
First Adjusted Payment (Months 1 - 12)
(Excludes taxes and hazard insurance; total payment will be higher)
Fully Indexed Interest Rate (Months 13 - ) %
Fully Indexed Payment (Months 13 - )
(Excludes taxes and hazard insurance; total payment will be higher)
$0.00
as of 07/07/2015 10:34 AM Eastern Standard Time

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The number of days before a loan closing in which a customer's loan is protected from financial market fluctuations in interest rates. Locking in an interest rate range doesn't guarantee the specific rate that applies at closing. The final interest rate is determined by specific transaction characteristics and the borrower's credit history up until loan closing.

Fully Indexed Payment

The amount of the principal and interest payment calculated when using the fully indexed rate.

Fully Indexed Interest Rate

The fully indexed interest rate is equal to the margin plus the index (an economic indicator used to determine changes in the interest rate).

First Adjusted Payment

The new estimated monthly payment due when the interest rate on adjustable-rate mortgage is reset. After the initial fixed-rate period, your interest rate can increase or decrease annually according to the market index. Any change may significantly impact your monthly payment.

First Adjusted Interest Rate

The first adjusted interest rate is an estimate of the interest rate that may be charged on the loan when it first adjusts at the end of the fixed-rate period. Since future rates cannot be predicted, it is calculated by adding the current index rate to the margin (subject to the first adjustment cap).

Jumbo

A loan that exceeds Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's loan limits. Also called a non-conforming loan.

Larger Loan Amounts in Eligible Areas

In federally designated metropolitan areas, conventional and FHA loan limits have been increased to assist homebuyers.

FHA

A mortgage that is backed by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). Along with VA loans, an FHA loan will often be referred to as a government loan.

Conforming

Conventional home mortgages eligible for sale and delivery to either the Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA) or the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC). These agencies generally purchase first mortgages up to loan amounts mandated by Congressional directive.

APR

A yearly percentage rate that expresses the total finance charge on a loan over its entire term. The APR includes the interest rate, fees, points, and mortgage insurance, and is therefore a more complete measure of a loan's cost than the interest rate alone. The loan's interest rate, not its APR, is used to calculate the monthly principal and interest payment.

Interest Rate

The percentage of an amount of money which is paid for its use for a specified time.